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Walter Hussman has been working for about a year to convert subscribers to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette in the 63 counties outside Northwest Arkansas to a digital edition, plus Sunday print edition. Last week, WEHCO Media began testing its offer of a free iPad to the first group of subscribers in its main 12-county circulation area.
iQ Audience+ from TownNews is designed to give media organizations of all sizes powerful new tools to lift their subscription rolls and preserve programmatic ad revenue, while boosting audience engagement.
The Texas Tribune has announced a $4 million, three-year effort to identify sustainability strategies for the newspaper industry. The RevLab will experiment with innovative ways to fund journalism, model best practices, and mentor dozens of would-be peers.
This year was a “very good year” for public notice with virtually no erosion in government requirements for publications, according to the Public Notice Resource Center, which focuses on keeping public notice and legal ads in newspapers.
On Nov. 25, a new social network, Cocoon, was introduced on Apple’s iOS. It is designed as a social network for your "chosen family," be that parents, siblings, extended family or close friends. Currently it is available at no cost, but will eventually switch to paid subscriptions.
Where will journalists turn for context in the next impeachment? Especially as news transitions to digital publishing, the best practices of preservation and ensuring public access are taking a back seat. That’s why researchers are working to draw attention to this issue and help marshall new resources to provide solutions.
During the 200th birthday celebration of the Arkansas Gazette, former President Bill Clinton praised the way the Arkansas Gazette and Arkansas Democrat-Gazette have provided readers with the facts they need to know.
So what are the newspaper participants learning from the Google News Initiative Subscriptions Lab? Hint: Something about themselves.
The advocacy interests of America's Newspapers falls right in line with the first topic addressed at the Inaugural Meeting of America's Newspapers. The News Media Alliance's Danielle Coffey talked about frustrations she encounters when lobbying on Capitol Hill and the latest in the newspaper industry's campaign to get a fair revenue arrangement with the digital giants.
Email is a daily part of millions of American's daily lives. So why aren't newspapers taking advantage of this amazing revenue generating opportunity? News-Press & Gazette Company's Kristen Frey and Observer Media Group's Emily Walsh talked about the insights they've gained from experimenting with email marketing.
What do backyard poultry, goats and beekeeping have in common? All are niche interests that have been scaled into reliable revenue generators.
Many advertisers find the process they must go through to place public notices to be frustrating, Legislators what to change the law to move legal notices out of newspapers (and onto state and local websites) and publishers are doing their best to make the process work. Where's it all heading and what will be key to hanging onto public notices?